Billy Mcgrath

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The Atrix: Chris Green, Hugh Friel, John Borrowman and Dick Conroy. Their complex songs produced by Phil Chevron, Midge Ure and John Leckie are brilliant exemplars of the intelligent new wave.

The Magnet Bar. Pearse Street. Late 1980. The Atrix play. Swirls of image and lyrics, vectors of vivid and deft poetics layered across the kaleidoscop(...)

‘Poldark’: Starring Eleanor Tomlinson as Demelza and Aidan Turner at the eponymous hero. photograph: mike hogan

Sideline Productions, which is currently busy making the fourth series of the Great Irish Bake Off for TV3, collected a €10,000 cheque (in giant publi(...)

Sean Hughes, who is to return to RTÉ for a series of the comedy panel show Don’t Quote Me!. photograph: alan betson

RTÉ Radio 1 topical comedy panel show Don’t Quote Me! is returning for a six-part series as part of a total of 18 hours of new radio comedy that is be(...)

Simon Delaney on location for TV3’s Tales of Irish Castles, made by Sideline Productions. The company has now been commissioned to make Great British Castles for Channel 5.

Sideline Productions, the company behind programmes such as The Great Irish Bake Off and the Irish version of Take Me Out, has won its first UK series(...)

Sideline Productions, the company founded by former RTÉ commissioning editor for entertainment Billy McGrath, is seeking “the next wave of Irish telev(...)